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    Default wheres the arial in the 8210

    wheres the arial inside the 8210 that gives you the signal

    and will a data cable update my s/w in my phone

    or do i need one of the other cables

    software version 5.27
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    nsm-3 ???? if this helps
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    Hi,

    Antenna is located at top of phone.... take screws off and loook at top back and you'll see it.

    No, you need flasher cables also, to update software.

    Why do you want to update the software? If you are having signal problems, I doubt any of them will help you... it will no doubt be down to the Cobba chip on the PCB - needs a reflow.

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    ok thanks m8
    where do i get the Cobba chip on the PCB reflowed at
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